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GlennSar

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  1. I've setup everything one more time and I've noticed that stupid jumper Anyway, examples works! Now I have to write program that supports two way communication: master sends 'data' -> slave recieve it and process it -> slave sends 'processed data' back to master. It is possible, right? EDIT: Nvm, I got this Thanks for the help.
  2. I've tried that Energia software and it looks really cool! First of all I've tested UART echo - so easy and works very well. I2C should be enough for me so I've tested Energia's Wire examples (sender - reader) -> https://github.com/energia/Energia/tree/master/hardware/msp430/libraries/Wire/examples I've connected two MSP with each other: P1.7 - P1.7 and P1.6 - P1.6. One of them is connected with PC and should write data that is send through I2c. Unfortunately it's not working :/ I'm not sure why... Maybe something with that HW/SW jumpers? In what position they should be? ED
  3. Thanks, guys. I'm gonna play with this tomorrow.
  4. Hi! I've got a launchpad MSP-EXP430G2 rev. 1.5 (with msp430g2553) and I need to use two pair of UART (2xRx and 2xTx). To be more specific, here's what I have to do: PC transmits 'data' to MSP --> MSP process that 'data' --> MSP transmits 'processed data' to another MCU... PC receives 'processed data' from MSP <-- MSP process that 'data' <-- MSP receives 'data' from another MCU... In short: PC -> MSP -> another MCU -> MSP -> PC Is it possible to do this with that launchpad? If it is, could you hint me some examples? I'm completely new with MSP.
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